Increasingly mindmapping software is becoming a tool of choice for managing projects for many corporations. Recently, Mindjet, an industry leader in the mindmapping software space, formed a partnership with IBM.

In a recent Conspire article, Mindjet had this to say about how Mindjet and IBM Connections will work together:

Critical task information is seamlessly captured and synched between IBM Connections and Mindjet so that important information is always up to date. By taking advantage of Mindjet’s social task management capabilities within IBM Connections, IBM customers can easily collaborate on projects and can turn their best plans into their greatest team successes.

Users also receive notifications of important project tasks, interact with key tasks and have them automatically included in their IBM connections network. In this way, IBM network followers can see and contribute to the projects their colleagues are working on – making work more engaging, social and productive.

Our CEO, Scott Raskin summed up the integration this way, “Mindjet for IBM Connections fills a critical need by adding valuable project management capabilities within the IBM Connections environment. With Mindjet for IBM Connections, individuals and teams are able to act on and move critical projects forward – increasing their productivity and success.”

It all amounts to good news for IBM customers who want to sync IBM Connections with their team’s activities and projects.

Here’s a video showing how teams get work done with Mindjet and IBM Connections:

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DwtGqN3bvPY

 

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